The Umlakh!

The Umlakh!

The Umlakh (Silver Groom's Crown): The Umlakh is a beautiful piece of traditional yet designer Indian jewellery. It is a spectacular piece which de...

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The Bhungri!

The Bhungri!

The Bhungri is a traditional Indian ear ornament adorned by men and boys mainly of the Rabari, Mer and Bharvad tribes. This lovely yet rarely known...

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Sarpech

Sarpech

  The Sarpech (‘sar’- head and ‘pech’- screw) is specifically a turban ornament. It hails from Rajasthan and was adorned by various Hindu and Musl...

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Lingam Caskets

Lingam Caskets

The lingam casket is another very interesting piece of jewellery which has deep roots into our Indian culture and religion. This piece of jewellery...

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The 'Jadai Nagam'

The 'Jadai Nagam'

Jewellery based on the snake or the serpent form - 'Jadai Nagam'. Throughout the ages there have been countless pieces of jewellery designed using ...

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The Dejhore

The Dejhore

The Dejhar or Dejhore: The ‘dejhar’ are ear ornaments worn by the Brahman Pandit women living in Kashmir, Srinagar and Jammu. Their name has been d...

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Magar Kundal

Throughout history, India has been described as the land of the rich & the royals, with plenty of gold, diamonds & home to many precious je...

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Nagapadi Tali

India has a rich history when it comes to jewellery.  Innumerable types of jewellery have been mentioned in our oldest scriptures as well as holy t...

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Pahunchi

It all started with the first pahunchi which was made & seen in Rajasthan back during the early 19th century. Since the residents of Uttarakhan...

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Vanki

Moha carries an undying deep love for tribal, ancient & antique jewellery. So what better way to celebrate the holy festival of Navratri than t...

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